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ASKS CHANGE IN D.G.
FISCAL PROGRAM
4 i
Coi. Sherrill Urges Citizens
Pay Definite Tax, Propor
t tioned to Other Cities.
A complete change in the present
fiscal program of the District of Co
lumbia was urged by Lieut. Col. C. O.
Sherrill, U. S. A., superintendent of
public buildings and grounds, in an
address before the Midcity Citizens’
Association at a meeting last night
at the Thomson School, 12th and b
streets northwest.
Col. Sherrill urged that the citizens
of the District pay a delinite and
equitable ta\ in proportion to that
paid in other cities and then throw
the responsibility of the improve- j
ment, development and general beau
tifying of the National Capital on
Congress. He declared that under
this plan the city could spend twenty
millions on the public schools, if
necessary.
Speaks aw Properly Owner.
Col. Sherrill, declaring that he
spoke as a resident and property
owner in the District, said, “In the
development of Washington general
ly {lie trend has been in the wrong
direction; and a majority o's people!
are constantly urging Congress and
building up sentiment to make Wash
ington a municipality, which, he said,
Is a very detrimental propaganda.
“Washington is first and foremost i
the seal of . tlie national go.yern A -‘
ment. and if it were not the seat of the
natiortal government Washington would'
not exist,” he declared. He iiointed
out that because this city is the Na-1
tionai Capital the development 6f it gen
erally is purely a national issue and
should not he made municipal,
“Washington is not, and should not
be made, a municipality,” said Col.
Sherrill.
He spoke of his plans to have a
monument of some kind on every one
of the triangle parks along Massa
chusetts avenue. In the new sections
of ihe city no park plans had been
made, especially the northeast sec
tion, he said.
Sentiments Commended.
Judge Robert Mattingly declared
1 hat lie thought the remarks by Col.
Sherrill were worthy of consideration.
Iml that he favored government by
the people, who should have some
voice in the affairs of the District as
well as “decent representation in
Congress—a full voice to vote." Judge
Mattingly declared that the condi
tions in the Police Court need im
proving and that it was in need
additional personnel and a new i
inp.
Tlie association approprhc <■ '
for the purpose of swelling
being formed to obtain a s.
of the Thomson School Pl*y m ■■■
without which the playground :
have to be closed.
Approves Wnr on \npr«ll<'
The association declared '< ‘ ■■■ -■ M
of the tight against narcoil ' i,i j '
urged the President to set atv
anti-narcotic week and call air inter*- ■
national conference to deal with the
menace.
Three delegates were appointed
from the association to serve on the
safety council committee to co
operate with the Federation of Citi
zens’ Associations. The appointees
are; G. E. Emmons, F. A. Milligan
and Fred C. Loftus.
Six new members who were admitted to
the association, are B. A. O’Leary,
Harry Standiford. Karl Plitt. George
E. Emmons. Russell H. Thresher and
Rennie J. Taylor.
Spring Golf nt Asheville. \. C.
Invigorating climate, two first-class
modern golf courses, excellent hotel
accommodations, convenient schedules
and through sleeping cars. Attractive
booklet, “Golf in Wonderland." sent
free, any address. Southern Railway
System. 1425 F st. n.w.—Main 5623.
Advertisement.
ADMITS 27 MEMBERS.
Board of Trade Executive Commit
tee Acts at Meeting.
Twenty-seven new members were ad
mitted lo the Washington Board of
Trade at a meeting of the executive
committee of that organization yester
day afternoon in The Star building.
The new members are: Joseph W.
Brashears. Barry Black. W. H. Brad
bury. H. O. Coster. M. M. Doyle, John
Howard Fishback. H. J. Hough, A. M.
►jyler. Edward .1. Lapp. Michael Pepi
ipne. T. 31. Robinson, Herman Schmidt,
•H. Elkton Smith, W. H. Talbott, Har
vey H. Warwick, John L. duFies, Karl
V.. Eiker, Charles G. Hubbard, W. \V
Johnston, Earl D. Krewson, Dominic J.
• Lynch, Robert Marshall. Burt A. Miller,
Dr. Anna E. Rush. E. Edward Thomas,
Adam A. Weschler and Conrad H.
Young.
I I DAYS
| LEFT!!!
Thursday, March 1, is
$ Tour last chance to Pur-
chase SEEKING CORDS
S AT THESE RIDICU-
LOUSLY LOW PRICES!!
1 Prices Slashed!!
$ All tirai 4r*t»—bearing the name
% and aerial number—n on -1 kid, in
original factory wrappers.
SEEKING
CORDS
$ 30x314 30x3»4 30x3*4
s Fabric Jr. Cord Oversize
5 Cord
I $gC75 $y.65 sg.Bs
J Orewjie Oversize Oversize
Cord Cord Cord
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New Prices March Ist
CORD TIRE
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j • - 806 H St. N.W.
PfeABC F. 4378 ~ (
(JestszsA Jingles
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TODAY’S WINNER.
We’ve been wondering, If King Tut
signed his love letters "Tntale."
ROBiSRT KILBY.
1852 Bth street northwest.
(A check for five dollars will be mailed
today to this contributor.)
The archbishop had preached a splen
did sermon on the beauties of married
Mfe and the following conversation took
place between two old Irishwomen on
the way home:
"That was a fine sermon his rlverance
gave us on marriage.”
“It was, indade, and I only wish I
knew as little about the subject as he
does!”
MADGE HARRIS.
121a K street northwest.
• • •
Many a man thinks he’s playing the'
curb when he’s only flirting with the
gutter.
VA.V WYCK REED.
SB2O 28th street northwest
• • •
Freddy was crying* bitterly and his
friend Bill asked hint the cause.
“It’s ’cause my Major’s dead, my nice
collie,” sobbed Fred.
"Shucks." said Bill,' "my grandmoth
er’s dead and you don't hear me crying.’*'
"Yes. but you didn't raise your grand
mother from a pup.’* retorted the grief
stricken Fred.
ruth Mcarthur. :
2 Hi F street northwest.
• Ml
The hand that hacks the cradle also
rocks the boat and rules the Jury.
W. L. ERWIN.
• • •
School Examiner—What are tout
qualifications for the teaching of gram
mar and arithmetic?
Country School ' Teacher—Weil, I am
a very good grarnmarlst, but I am a
poor arlthmetlckcfr.
R. A. TAYLOR.
19.1 t, lath street northwest.
• • •
"Remember." said the young lady
visitor to convict 2020, "that stone walls
do not a prison make, nor iron bars a
cage/’
"VNell. den. lady," replied convict
2020. "tie wardens soit’nly got me hyp
notized.”
-If ABY L. IRELAND.
719 3d street northeast.
• • •
“Say. dad. what’s the difference be
tween ’diplomacy’ and ’duplicity’?”
“No difference at ail, my son."
WILMER T. BARTHOLOMEW,
1209 Crittenden street northwest.
• • •
The gum-chewing’ girl and the cud
chewing DOW
Are rather alike, yet different, somehow.
Differ-mt? Ah, yes. I see It now;
It* the tii' ightful look on the face of
' W.
E. B. S..
tiS9 B street northeast.
V ' '' ,Of■ . MUu, will b— arj.l for thr ha.t '
. ,^«vH J kutlo»,e«eli day to Jrala and Jingles. j
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mo CADETS DISMISSED.
Valets Arthur E. Antes and William
S. Sturman, both of the fourth class.
Failed States Military Academy, have
been dismissed from the service of
the United States. They were con
victed by court-martial, convened at
West Point, N. Y., of charges of going
beyond cadet limits without leave
and wearing improper uniforms in
violation of the regulations of the
Military Academy. They w«re sen
tenced to be dismissed and the Presi
dent has approved the sentence.
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If you had a box in our Safety Vaults you
would have them under constant protection—
against careless mislaying, fire, theft—or any
other reason for loss.
Our Vaults are centrally located; easy of
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1 JANES B. REYNOLDS, LAURENCE A. SLAUGHTER,
mm 'mmami -stab, Washington', p. <?.,
Frleod —I hear you’ve broken your
engagement?
Dorl.s—Yes, but the ring’s still in the
family.*
Friend—How’s that?
Dor in—Oh. Jack owes ma for two
months’ board, so she’s keeping the ring
for security.
E. C. RUSSELL.
1330 Columbia road.
• * •
Tile ( thirsty now have another kick;
they leave to read the newspapers so
closely to find out If their particular
bootlegger has been pinched.
/ • » . OSWALD DRURY.
• • •
,All Uie A E P find they are unknown
soldiers when they go to Congress for
a bonus.
H. E. McOHAN,
eth street northeast.
• • •
We await with curiosity
The promised reciprocity
That will end the animosity
Due to Maryland auto-policy.
K. HOF MAN.
812 Umstrcet northwest.
0• • •
The hired man was hard at work in
the garden planting beans. Little Ev
elyn, who had been much Impressed by
the hiding of eggs at Easter time, fol
lowed closely behind him as he dropped
the seed and carefully raked the earth
over them. As he stood up to rest his
tired back, she said excitedly:.
“Look, Joint, 1 found every single
bean you hid.”
VIRGINIA SKINNER,
iius lowa avenue.
• • •
Anyhow, perhaps we should delay that
1924 nomination talk until we see what
the President can do when the daily
mail does not bring the Congressional
Record.
FRANCIS PHILLIPS.
• • •
Man must have invented the kiss in
order to keep a woman silent at least
a part of the time.
S. BAG BY,
164) Park road.
• • •
It is drawing near the time when the
different state legislators will have to
decide the very important question;
Will we regulate daylight, or will we
allow nature to do it?
THOMAS -J. FORD.
■V. .8. veterans’ training renter,
' Silver Spring, Md.
• • •
Congressional legislation tanglers are
now having their biennial orgy.
T. H. HEATH.
The Pasadena.
TRANSFER ORDERS MODIFIED.
Plans of the War Department to
transfer all the activities of the
Quartermaster Corps at St. Louis to
Chicago have been modified at the
instance of industrial interests at St.
Louis so as to continue the medical
depot and the purchasing department
of the Quartermaster Corps at that
city and transfer only the other
! activities to Chicago.
TODAY’S AMUSEMENTS.
NATIONAL—'"The Music Box Re
vue." at 8:20 p.m.
**OLl’B—-Jack Norworth, In “My
Lady Friends," at 8:30 p.m.
PRESIDENT—"Buddies.” President
Players, at 8:20 p.m.
BBLABCO—“The Spice of 1922,”
Vaudeville, 2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
KEITH’S— Irene Franklin and
Vaudeville,. 2:15 and 8.16 p.m.
COSMOS—“The Style Show," vaude
ville,- at 3, 6:30 and 9 p.m.
STRAND—Virginia Pearson, vaude
ville, at 2:45, 6:30 and 8:45 p.m.
GAYETY—"Maids of America," bur
lesque, at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
RIALTO—M. Coue “Kick In,”
at 11:30 a.m., 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and
9:30 p.m.
COLUMBIA—Mae Murray, in “Jass
mania," at 10:50, 12:50 a.m.. 3. 5:05,
7:05 and 9:20 p.m.
METROPOLITAN Dorothy Oish
and Dick Barthelmess, in "Fury,” at
11:15 a.m.. 1:15, 3:20, 5:20, 7:25 and
9:25 p.m.
PALACE—Jack Holt, In "Making- a
Man," at 10:55 a.m.. 12:45, 2:30, 4:25,
6:10, 7:55 and 9:50 p.m.
CENTRAI.—Edith Roberts in “A
Front-Page Story,” at 11:40 a.m., 1:40,
3:40, 5:40, 7:45 and 9:50 p.m.
Glide’ll Flowers
Fof- sick friends—roses, violets, etc.
1212 F.— Advertisement.
PENNSYLVANIANS GATHER.'
“Congressional night” was cele
brated by the Pennsylvania State So
ciety at its meeting In the Willard
Hotel last night. Addresses were
made by Secretary of Labor Davis and
Representatives Kendall. Wyant, Gcr
nard, Campbell, McFadden, Watson,
Kline. Coughlin and Kelly. Col. Mat
thew A. I*e Laney introduced the
speakers. The remainder of the even
ing was given over to dancing.
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Treasure
i inn
I Mrs. L.G.Thurman
ANNOUNCEMENT
Table d’Hote $-|
DINNER A
EVERY EVENING
5:30 to 7
MENU
THURSDAY, MARCH IST
Cream of Tomato Soup
Saltines Celery Olives 1
Roast Virginia Turkey i
„ , , Cranberry Sauce
Hashed Potatoes Green Peas
Waldorf Salad
Pie a la mode Coffee
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Stag Hotel, 608 9th
Phone Main 8108
$7 rooms, IS weekly: $10.58
rooms, $6; sl4, with toilet,
shower and lavatory, $10; 3 1*
room, 50 per cent more.
Rooms Like Mother Used to Keep
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this morning
at 7th and G?
or 31st and M? ,
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of these corners this morn
ing, your picture may have*
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will develop the roll for you
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In addition, we will give
you a developing outfit and
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any purchase you make in
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$25 of more. ‘
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AMUSEMENTS.
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= IN PETER B. KYNE’S SB
= Great Romantic Hitt -*B
= “MAKING A MAH” =
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Convention Hall, Feb. 28
Middleweight Wrestling
Championship of the World
TWO BIG BOUTS .
Waino Ketonen, Middle
weight Champion of the
World, Against Joe Turner
Pinky Gardner Against
Hewie McDonald
FRED HUBER, REFEREE
Benefit Uniform Fund
Admission .Prices
General Admission, $1
Reserved Section. .$2
Ringside . $3
Seats oa Sale at Almas Patrol
Club, 711 13th St. N.W.
CHARACTER ANALYSIS
TV a Week* Coarise
By Kev. Henry T. Lutz, Ph D.
Begins Fri„ Mar. 2, 8 P.M.
Y. M. C. A. Free Public Lecture
VE PLAY LOEWS VAUDEVILLE
Strand
• SHOWS FOB
PRICE OP 1
Continuant From It Muon
The Idol us the Stage and Screen
VIRGINIA PEARSON
IN VMDEWLLE
and en the Screen In
"WILDNESS OF YOCTN ’
Mute—Popular Price*—Might*
1 Or—3lc 20c—sec
J A REAL DOUBLE BILL
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EE IT* NOTE -W«
ONLY FEtSONJU. APFEAIAMOE
= IN MOTION PICTURE
IM. COUE
= “THE MESSAGE OF
H EMILE COUE”
= GEORGE FITZMAURICE
= PARAMOUNT SPECIAL
I KICK IN
= WITH BETTY COMPSON
|| CERT LYTELL AND CAST
SB Orchestra Subsidiaries
ir~ •
A “Situation
Wanted** ad in The
Star Classified
Section
—will fall under the eye
of practically every em
ployer in
because The Star’s,'
Classified Section has a
reputation for 1m vari-K ; I
cty and character of its [1
“small ads” —and. ip |
• looked upon* a dtrecH D
tbry/by those " seeing; R
help as well as those- H
seeking employment. 0 *
For- that, reason
The Star carries tpore -sg
Classified advertising .
than all the Other
Washington papers
combined. •' - ' • .•
“Around the Comer” Is
AHU6SHEHIB. AMUSEMENTS.
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SBC DAILY AT lilt AND Stlß T. M. S
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'55 ' tacle—superlative eye and ear entertainment.”—Star. “A sc:
B humdinger and dam good show."—The News. “Belasco's EE
B heat bet of the aeaaon."—The Times. “Joyful, Jazzywhlrl —■
SBC —full of aped and pep.”—The Post. =
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By JACK LAIT =
sc A whale .of a Revue In two parts and thirty 5
gorgeous scenes with a company of 100 Including =
| Arman Kaliz and Brendel & Bert |
= And Forty Hand-Picked Broadway Beauties =
Mxtinooo, Sto-tOo, except on get., Sun. nnd Holldnye; Nights, 500 to |1 —-
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ITHE PRESIDENT!
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Every Evening, I;lS—Mete. Wed. nnd Set.. 8:10 =C
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Film Features
uror TiiciTCD sas Bth st. s.e.
new llUAlcn frank mato.
in "WOU'- LAW." Also WILLIAM
DESMOND. in “EIGHTEEN DAYS
AROUND THE WORLD."
NEW STANTON
LII.A LEE and WALTER HIERS, in
“THE GHOST BREAKER."
TOMORROW WII.LI AM FARN I'M, in
“WITHOUT COMPROMISE.”
tMftMjTAN Jut St. and H. I. Avf.
(linuuuin COLLEEN MOO RE and
JOHN BOWERS, in "AFFINITIES.” by
Mary Robert* Rinehart. Murk Sennett
Comedy. “DUCK HUNTERS.”
I IRFPTY >ortk Capitol & P Sta.
LIDC.RI 1 CARMEL MYERS and WM.
P. CARLETON. in “THE DANGER
POINT.” HAROLD LLOYD, in "HAND
TO MOUTH.”
HI VMPIP 1431.R5 U St.
i/Liimi 6:30. S:00. and 9:30 p.m.
TODAY AND TOMORROW COLLEEN
MOORE. In “BROKEN CHAINS,” first
prize (SIO.OOOI winner. Cliiencn News
wenario contest. And BUSTER KEA
TON. in "ELECTRIC HOUSE.”
ppiMprcc 111* H St. S.K.
r nillLLiM NORMA TALMADUE, in
■THB FORBIDDEN CITY."
niIMRA DTHN 1349WUronila At.
LMJmuAKIUn B brt lttell, in
"SHERLOCK BROWN."
HIPPODROME TAR
•THE GOOD PROVIDER.”
TOMORROW "THE LAVENDEP. BATH
LADY'." ___
CMPIDC 911 H St. N.E.
LinrilUi RODOLPH VALENTINO and
CARMEL MYERS, in “ALL NIGHT.”
Also Comedy. “HOME PLATE.”
HAUt 11530 C Street N.E.
nvlUli BILLIE DOVE, in
“YOUTH TO YOUTH."
TDIIYTHN Capitol A Fla. Are.
1 RUAI UH DUSTIN FARN DM. in
“OATH BOUND.” Comedy. “SPEED
BOY."
riDri f 2106 Fk - w. *53
LIALLL HOUSE PETERS, in
“THB STORM."
Cl ITC 14th St. and R. I. Aw.
Li La lie DOROTHY REVIER, in “THE
‘ BROADWAY MADONNA.”
rARni ina n** * "• c - at »- s -®-
UUVUUIUI T.AST DAY. 6. 7:45 and
9:30 p.m.—JACKIE COOGAN. in screen
version of “OLIVER TWIST.” Charles
Dickens’ Immortal mssterpicce.
DFfFNT 18th and California Sta.
niiUUU NORMA TALMADGE. in
“BY RIGHT OP PURCHASE."
Dr. Frank Crane
Will Lecture at the •
Metropolitan M. E. Church
Tues, Mar. 6th. 8 P.M.
Tickets. SI.OO oi Sale Room SIT
1756 G St. Mall Orders Filled
Patronage of Ken’s Bible Clausa and School
of Religion! Education
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MAIDS OF AMERICA
Barleaqae’s Master Shaw for
Laußhter
Nea^WeeI^MOLLH^WILLIAMS
erika
MORINI
World’s Greatest Woman Violinist
City Club, Mon. Era.. March 6. 8:30
Beats. Mrs. Greene’s Concert Bureau
Droop’s. 18th A 0. M. 6498.
Two Recitals
Francois Oaporuilliez, Bauo Cactante
Lillian' Pringle, Cellist
Edith Oyllanberg, Pianist
Wednesday and Thursday, Feb, 28,
March 1, I*BB, 8:1.6 P.M.
■ Raleigh Hotel Ballroom.
Itth and Penna. Aye. H.W.
Washington, S. 0.
Benofit of Manor House Chapter, p. A. R. ■
THURSDAY. AT 8:15
Master Pianists Series
MASONIC AUDITORIUM „
LEQINSKA
The Phenomenal Pianist
. T. Arthur Smith, Inc., 1806 0 St.
STAR' CONCERT SERIES
NATIONAL, Friday Aft, 4:30
HANS KINDLER
, . , VIOLONCELLIST,
HELENA MARSH
CONTRALTO
T. Arthur Saiith, Inc., 1200 G St.
Joint Recital
Announced 1 for this evening at the MASONIC
AUDITORIUM has been
CANCELED
I I1 C All This Week
V L I 9 Mat. Thursday
WORLD'S DRAMATIC SENSATION*
POSITIVELY BUT ONE WEEK
Nights, 6®c to $3.50; Thur. Mat. to $1.50:
Sot. Mat, to W.OO.
NEXT SUNDAY 5C£
RETURN. BY PUBLIC DEMAND
QIPSS9M
Ktime
\\ Baled on the life and ro
\\ malice of Franz HcOubert.
I 'W WITH
Franz Schubert’s
OWN MI’SIC
N.shts. r Oc to $2.60. Tbitri.
Mar.. 50c to $1.90. Sat.
W aists.. 90c to $2.
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All This Week and Sunday
Marty Brooks’
Latest Revue
FEATURING
John Dyer, Alice Lorraine,
Jack Collins
A Bevy of Broadway Beauty Model*
Presenting a Pleasing Scenic
Musical Seng Revue
In Conjunction With
S. Kann Sons Co.
1923 Style Show
See Display In Their Windows
From theao model* or of eqna)
▼aloe we shall present to a Lady
Patron from audience Monday to Fri
day at Matinee a "Hat or Lingerie.”
and
At Last Nifht Show “a Gown”
Four Other Exceptional
Vaudeville-Acts
The Big Feature Picture
FRANK MAYO
la FLAMING HOURS
A Comedy Picture. "The Beat Man,"
and Usual Chats. News. Etc.
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The SSO Gown
Was Awarded to
Alice Carter
1104 7th St. N.E.
Last Night.
WHO will bo the fortunate ones Tues
day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday!
“TONIGHT, 8 O’CLOCK, LECTURE -
Rev. W, John Murray
—of the Church of the Healing
Christ, New York City,
AT
Pint Congregational Church
Subject: “The Gospel of
Healthy Mindedness”
LINCOLN. wsS.
TODAY AND TOMORROW
NORMA TALMADGE
EUGENE O’BRIEN
In Boht. Hichrns’ Romance of th* Orient
The Voice From the Minaret*
AMUSEMENTS.
Ijunnl
mmm
AKO
Jack Norworth
In tbs latustional Buncos*
“MY LADY FRIENDS”
A rUmriih Fum With a Laugh a IDasts
ut a Olgglo Between Ertrr Laughs
Also the Xozzanint Orchestra
and Jack Korworth’a Inimit
able Seng*
At Trteoa Washington Zikae ta Far
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■ Ttar.Mltl.Hl ■
The fiarriek—7th & F Sts.
rational ssas&ta,....
NEXT SUNDAY. MAT. SATURDAY ONLY
“The bigpest and best rnuM<Hl comedy that
has j*vcr come here.*’—Star. Oct. 18, *2l
CHAKLEM DIM,I\(,HAMM '
“GOOD
MADkilMft
mvnninil 2;::
DEARIE” ” "
Eyes., 600 to 98; Sat. Mat., Me ta $2,50
(plua tax). Beata Thun. Mail ordara now.
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Grand Mid*Winter Carnival II
MISS IRENE V
ft FRANKLIN N
|U America’s Incomparable Char- ill
{at acter Songstress hi
rl Jerry Jarnaarin at the Plane fl
\ MR. & MRS. JIMMY BARRY ft
II In Their New Comedy 11
\ “The Scandals of Hantfset Comart” yj.
II THE FOUR CAMERONS |l
A “Mke Father—Like Son” \
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Orleatnl Wonder Workers I?
U -rarer. - Dour I a.. B. n. HlUlam. hS
jfe N Co., “Com. Into I Competoi ct M
tho Ki token” I “Eudioa” ITg
(it Fegoo A Qupoe. ' Up-Sids-Down la I;” D
a Ae.op’a Fable.; Othora. TO
A EXTRA SPECIAL ADDED FEATURE ft
4 The Sensational Syncopators j|
/ PAUL SPECHT AND HIS V
I ORCHESTRA j|
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(METROPOLITAN I
AT loth *
THIS IVEEK
II A.M. TO 11 P.M.
Doors Open at 10:30 A.M.
First National Present*
RICHARD
BARTHELMESS
’ WITH
DOROTHY DISH
Supported by Tyrone Power and
I a noted east In an epic of those
who go down to the sea In ship*.
“FURY”
i News—Symphony—“Hot Shots'*
I CRANDALL’S central^
j uuinuAU, o Ufh aru u ani] E
TODAY AND TOMORROW—EDITH
ROBERTS, in "A FRONT PAGE
STORY.” And CHARLIE CHAP
LIX. in “SHOULDER ARMS.”
CRANDALL’S ff™,,
TO u^w.T, MILToN s,lrs and WANDA
¥ A J V nV. T ’ 1U “BURNING SANDS .”
And BUSTER KEATON, in ‘‘THE
ELECTRIC HOUSE ”
T( JMORRbW—ELSIE FERGUSON, in
CRANDALL’S^i»” I^rIJ
MATS.. 2 P.M. Daily. 3 P.M. Sunday.
TOO AY AND TOMORROW—MILTON
SILLS and WANDA HAWLEY, in
“BURNING SANDS.” And LLOYD
HAMILTON, in “NO LUCK.” Per
formances at 2,4, fl. 7:4.~>, 9 ■ 30
CRANDALL’S
MATS.. 2 P.M. Daily. 3 P.M. Sunday.
TODAY AND TOMORROW—WANDA
HAWLEY and MILTON SILLS in
' ‘ BURNING SANDS.” And LLOYD
HAMILTON, in "NO LUCK." Per
formances at 1:10, 2:30. 4:15, 6.
CRANDALL’S £S"“S E
TODAY AND TOMORROW-ELAINE
HAMMERBTEIN and CONWAY
TEARLE, in "ONE WEEK OF
LOVE.” And PAUL PARROTT, in
"A LOOSE TIGHTWAD." Per
formances at 6:20, S. 0:40.
GRAND AI I S YORK THEATER
WimnUALL “Ga Aye. A Qnebec SI.
TODAY—ALICE BRADY, in “ANNA
ASCENDS.” And JIMMIE ADAMS,
in “HURRY UP.”
TOMORROW—MILTON SILLS, in
.“SKIN DEEP.” ’ And HARRY
POLLARD, In “A TOUGH WIX
DANCING.
DAVISON’S M n.w.“^
Teach you to dance correctly in a few leaaons.
strictly private. Any hour. Separate studio*
Class dancu Sat- eveulnrs. with orchestra. 24*
PROP. AND MRS. ACHER’S STUDIO, 1127
10th at, n.w. ' Class Monday and Friday,. 8 to
11 p.m. Private lessons by appointment
Phone Franklin 8507. Established 1900. «
REFINED STUDIO—NEAR CAPITOL.
Competent instructors; new steps; marble
Boor; orchestra. Private and clast leaaons, by
appointment only. Beginners' class now form
| In*. 229 lat at. n.e. Main 6155 before 6 p.m. *
GLOVER’S. 618 22nd N.Wi—PRIVATE LEB
- any time, 75c. course, six lessons, $4.
Ouar. result*. Fine environment. W. 1128-
JACK HOFFMAN AND LILLIAN HOSKINtU
Stays and ballroom dancing correctly taught;
children and adults. Studio for rent for prl
vnte dances. 1141 Conn, ave. Fr. 3908. 6*
PAUL TCHZEKIKOFF.
Ballet Master Washington Opera Co., and
ELIZABETH OABDUTEB.
Chalif Graduate, formerly of Pavlowa, Fokiue
and Boim Ballots. Instruction in all forms of
dancing. Tango as danced In Argentina.
Studio 1708 8 St, North 7663 J
mrS*
Rightway School of Dancing
614 Twelfth at. n.w. (near IBth and F).
Enroll at our studio If you want to dance.
Our methods are very easy. No appointment.
required. Instruction 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 3*
GLADYSE WILBUR,
No. 6 Dupont circle, Dupont studio. Pbona
Franklin 1435-W. Ballroom Dancing, Stag*
Training. Children'* Classes.
HR. STAFFORD PEMBERTON
Former X. Y. Winter Gaiden star, partner tu
Gertrude Hodman, Mae Murray, Maude Alien
and oilers: lessups iu nil styles of dancing.
Ballet, ballroom,. stage and children's classes.
Stage Class weekly on stage of President
Theater- Pamphlet upon request.

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